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  • ohtwenty
    +6

    Really glad to see the whole Public Money, Public Code starting to take off more. It's beyond ridiculous that tax-payers have to bear the costs of such large projects, and we don't even get to see the end results 99% of the time.

    Besides that it allows us, or at least some of us, to hold the government accountable for what they do.

  • Gozzin
    +2

    I did this years ago. Also use UbuntuMATE.

    For starters, the Outlook mail client and Exchange Server will be replaced with Open-Xchange. In a similar fashion, Internet Explorer and Office will be replaced with Firefox and LibreOffice, respectively.

    The Linux distribution eventually used will probably be Ubuntu, since the City of Barcelona is already running 1,000 Ubuntu-based desktops as part of a pilot.

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